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When Jeff Fisher can’t deal with you, you’re truly a handful. Fisher has always been known as a player’s coach, someone who can find a way to get through and straighten things out. However, after 10 days, Fisher gave receiver Titus Young his walking papers.
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The St. Louis Rams claimed the former Lions WR a little over a week ago, but now the team has decided to also part ways with the mercurial wideout.
After his first year in St. Louis, Jeff Fisher has already turned some heads coming only one game away from the Rams' first winning season in over 10 years and a playoff berth. Defensively, the Rams looked sounder than they have since the Super Bowl years. They had errors and injuries and rookie mistakes, but they looked solid and definitely showed promise for the upcoming...
When the news broke that the St. Louis Rams had picked up Titus Young, the young, brash, talented, but raw wide receiver it was met with mixed reviews. Yes, Young has potential, but at the same time to be so willfully destructive to his own team when he wasn't getting his own way was a bit much.
You had to wonder why anyone would willingly bring that kind of influence to their...
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, it’s likely that Rams running back Steven Jackson will end up voiding his contract, which will enable him to test the free agent market this offseason.
Although talks continue between both parties, the planned meeting between the Rams and running back Steven Jackson’s agent have yet to take place.
Jackson has until the start of free agency...
According to Chris Wesseling of NFL.com, receiver Titus Young will be released by the St. Louis Rams after being claimed off waivers 10 days ago. The troubled receiver may be looking at the end of his career. Young was a disruptive force in Detroit, and it wasn’t on the field, it was off it where he did his damage. After burning his way out of Detroit, the Rams took a flyer on...
This post originally ran on SI.com. Read all of Chris Burke’s NFL analysis on the Audibles blog there at NFL.SI.com.
Shortly after hearing his name called during the 2011 NFL Draft, Titus Young sat down for a video interview with ESPN.
“I’m very humbled,” a beaming Young said over and over, as he was flanked by family and friends. Young then spoke about his relationship with...
Titus Young had problems in Detroit, so it was no surprise to see the team let him go at the end of the season. What happened next – is a just another part of a sad story. The St Louis Rams were the only team to claim Young after he was waived – but now, they are already letting him go. Young had been at Rams Park just a couple of days this week [..]
The St. Louis Rams have announced their intentions of
waiving wide receiver Titus Young just 10 days after claiming him off waivers from the Detroit Lions, according to Kareem Copeland of NFL.com.
The Rams spent almost a week interviewing Young after
claiming him from the Lions. Following the interview process, Rams coach Jeff Fisher
said the team “decided it was best for us...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Titus Young's stay with the Rams was brief. The wide receiver has been placed on waivers after only a few days in St. Louis.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Friday the Rams picked up Young before they had much time to do any background checks. He concluded that Young was "not the best option" for the Rams.
"We saw Titus as an outstanding young player,"...
The St. Louis Rams have little patience for stupid things or difficult people. The Rams parted ways with Rob Ryan 5 days after agreeing to make him their defensive coordinator.
Now in a move that many forecasted, the Rams have cut wide receiver Titus Young less than 10 days after claiming him off waivers from the Lions.
According to Pro Football Talk, head coach Jeff Fisher didn’t...
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Rams running back Steven Jackson is likely to decline his $7 million option for next season.Fantasy Spin:This would make Jackson, who has spent his entire career in St. Louis, a free agent. The three-time Pro Bowler has rushed for 1,000 yards in each of his last eight seasons.
A bizarre story just keeps getting stranger. Detroit Lions WR Titus Young seems to believe he is the greatest receiver ever to play the game but his actions might keep the player from ever stepping on an NFL field ever again. Young had issues with the Lions this season, saying that he purposely sabotaged the Detroit offense by lining up out of position during games. He took to Twitter...
Tweet LTSB has covered the saga of Titus Young from his Twitter rants to his release from the Lions. There’s now another chapter to the tale as the St. Louis Rams, who picked Young up off of waivers just nine days ago after he was dropped by Detroit, reportedly will cut Young today. The St. [...]
BY J.P. SCOTT ON FEBRUARY 16, 2012
For the second time in less than two weeks, NFL wide receiver Titus Young is unemployed.
After a tumultuous 2-year stretch with the Detroit Lions that included punching a teammate, intentionally lining up in the wrong position and claiming to be a better player than Calvin Johnson, he was let go once and for all by the club on February 4th. The...